Reflections Magazine is a bi-annual, full-colour, glossy publication with a focus on a single, key, life issue.
The magazine is a resource for our member groups and for Canadians interested in learning more about the issues that affect them and their children the most.
Reflections Magazine is also an excellent resource for educators, pastors and church leaders and others with an interest in exploring the issues in a deep and meaningful way.
An annual subscription to Reflections Magazine is $20.00. Subscriptions to the Magazine are FREE for all members of LifeCanada.
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Fetal pain makes all of us uncomfortable, no matter what side of the abortion divide. The reality of fetal pain is a catalyst to underscore the humanity of the unborn. Anything that can shed light on the unborn child’s humanity is worth getting behind. Learn more in this edition of Reflections Magazine.
Numerous studies show how youth are influenced by anti-life attitudes in today’s popular culture. This issue of Reflections introduces the Principles and Choices curriculum, a focused, in-depth study of the life issues. This curriculum truly inspires students to live with moral integrity, and helps engender a lasting change of heart and mind. Learn from experts Robert J Spitzer, SJ, PhD and Camille Pauley.
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Our Fall 2015 Edition of Reflections Magazine is on sale for $1.60 per issue. This Magazine focuses on the birth control pill, what it does to women's bodies, what it has done to our concept of human sexuality and how it has contributed to skyrocketing abortion rates. The Magazine also explores the healthy, moral alternatives that help women especially in the area of gynecological health. And, Canada's recent approval of the abortion drug, RU486 - what next? All this and more with exceptional writers, Stephanie Gray, Andrea Mrozek, and renowned pharmacist, Maria Bizeki.